Brings, a local rock band, plays a live concert at a drive-in cinema in Cologne, Germany, on April 17. According to Euronews, the concert was open to 250 vehicles.
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Drive-thrus and drive-ins: How we're relying on our cars during the pandemic

Updated 12:21 PM ET, Sat May 16, 2020

Brings, a local rock band, plays a live concert at a drive-in cinema in Cologne, Germany, on April 17. According to Euronews, the concert was open to 250 vehicles.
Rolf Vennenbernd/Picture Alliance/Getty Images

During this pandemic, more and more people are turning to drive-thrus and drive-ins to keep their distance from one another and prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

It's not just drive-thru testing for Covid-19. Congregants have taken to parking lots for religious services.